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Limited Resources for HIV Prevention Force Difficult Choices
Today, the need to do more with existing resources is greater than ever. The global economic crisis has led to major reductions in HIV prevention resources at the state and local levels, and federal financing is severely constrained.
The United States has been and will increasingly be required to make difficult choices to ensure that available funds are having the greatest impact on reducing new HIV infections. To achieve a higher level of impact with every federal prevention dollar, CDC is pursuing a new approach called High-Impact Prevention, which works to match cost-effective, scalable interventions to heavily affected populations and geographic settings to maximize reductions in HIV incidence.
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